Rair Simonyan, chairman of UBS Russia, says the oil price is a major factor influencing Russia's economy and its outlook for the future.
Russia has donated a German shepherd puppy called Dobrynya to French police to replace the police dog killed during an anti-terror raid following the attacks in Paris in November.
The warning signs of the next correction have clearly manifested, Michael Pento says. Here are 10 that investors should heed.
Tensions with Moscow are expected to shave 0.4 percent off of annual gross domestic product (GDP), costing $9 billion in a worst case scenario.
The tech giant launches mobile phone billing, allowing Russians to buy digital goods without a credit card.
First in Germany and now in Russia, Apple is letting consumers buy digital goods from smartphones without credit cards.
Despite talk of output cuts, OPEC is unlikely to leave its meeting Friday with any agreement on production curbs.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports highlights from Russian President Vladimir Putin's annual address.
Russian president, Vladimir Putin is speaking at the annual “State of the Nation” address, where he is discussing the tensions with Turkey. CNBC’s Geoff Cutmore explains.
Gaurav Sodhi, senior analyst at Intelligent Investor, says it is unlikely that OPEC members will agree to cut production this Friday.
NATO announced its first new member in six years, welcoming Montenegro into the fold — and subsequently sparking threats from Moscow.
Evgeny Dridze, deputy head at the department for foreign economic activity and international relations for Moscow City, discusses the city's World Cup preparations.
Bill Browder, Hermitage Capital CEO, weighs in on Russia and the U.S. and their involvement with sanction strategies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to "cement his position in the Mideast," former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark tells CNBC.
President Obama answers questions about how to handle the generational problems of climate change. I think we will solve climate change, says Obama.
Instead of falling off as OPEC hoped, oil production has increased from where it was last year, and the world is still swimming in crude.
President Obama answers questions about his successor carrying on the effort to control climate change and fighting ISIS by improving intelligence gathering and cutting off the terror group's funding.
President Obama answers questions about fighting ISIS and dealing with conflict in the Middle East. Also Obama weighs in on the global climate control and the deadly shooting at Planned Parenthood.
President Obama holds a news conference on global climate change and speaks to questions about President Assad's leadership in Syria and fighting terrorism.
Relations between the two countries hit a new low.